FBI Veteran on Lessons Learned from Sept. 11 Hearings

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NPR's Melissa Block talks with Dale Watson, former executive assistant director of the FBI and head of counterterrorism, who retired from the bureau in 2002 after 24 years. Watson talks about his thoughts after one year of hearings before the panel investigating the government's response to terrorism before and after the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, and what has been learned so far.



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